This is a land forged by fire and carved by ice. Over the millennia, these competing elements have pushed and pulled, shaped and molded this region into a place of profound beauty and diversity. This is an ecosystem that still boasts every member of its community that existed before Columbus ever set sail. The valley has become known as the Serengeti of America; the mountains, America’s Alps. Jackson Hole and Grand Tetons National Park is a lost world, preserved in time, standing in all of its raw and untamed beauty waiting to capture the minds and imaginations of artists.
Springtime in the Grand Tetons and Jackson Hole is a time when life does not so much as thrive as it does explode. With only a three month growing season, the natural community has precious few weeks to get down to business before the mercury begins to fall again. Wildflowers bloom in a riotous profusion. Elk, bison, moose, mule deer, and pronghorn produce a deluge of young babies across the valley floor seemingly all at once.
Although we will eat our meals as a group, meals costs are not included in this tour.